Friday, August 14, 2015

"Jurassic World" Sequel on June 2018

Jurassic World Sequel
The "Jurassic World" movie was considered a success that Universal Pictures already set a release date of Friday, 22 June 2018 for "Jurassic World Sequel." In does not have a catchy title to date, but will probably get one in 2017.

Expected to be back in three years to reprise their roles are Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas, while Colin Trevorrow will still be writing the script. He isn’t returning as director because it's expected he will instead go off and do one of the "Star Wars" films. Frank Marshall and Steven Spielberg are also in the braintrust.

It's not surprising Universal would move aggressively on another sequel based on the novel by the late Michael Crichton, or that they would do it faster than the 14 years it took to make the fourth Jurassic Park movie.

That delay had much to do with the tensions between Universal brass and Spielberg after his DreamWorks got close to making a distribution deal with the studio that owns the lot where he has been headquartered his entire career. Spielberg stayed in those Amblin offices, but the feelings were frosty when Spielberg’s DreamWorks made a distribution alliance at the last minute with Disney, leaving Universal at the altar.

All that is forgotten after the outsized performance of "Jurassic World," which has grossed US$ 614 million domestic and a whopping US$ 1.5 billion worldwide to become the fourth highest grossing film of all time, a standing it will eclipse shortly when it passes "The Avengers" and its US$ 1.519 billion gross mark.

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